The Americas

Don Maximo hesitated to get vaccinated
The Americas


In Bolivia, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) continues to focus on improving maternal healthcare through a project in El Alto, the second-largest city.
After an 8.8-magnitude earthquake struck central Chile, the MSF teams that have travelled through the affected areas are focusing their interventions on the most urgent needs: supporting health structures that are caring for large numbers of patients, re-establishing primary health care services, distributing basic necessities, and offering mental health assistance to the affected population.
The Americas


MSF worked in Chile following the earthquake that struck the country in February 2010.
Two young women show the aids information booklet they have just received from MSF.
The Americas


MSF began work in Cuba in 1993 and left in 2000.
MSF, Doctors Without Borders, Where we work, United States of America
The Americas

United States of America

MSF provided emergency medical and mental healthcare following Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
MSF teams currently responding to medical needs in Ecuador following the 7.8 magnitude earthquake which struck the northeast of the country on Saturday, April 16.
The Americas


MSF first worked in Ecuador in 1996 and spent a month providing mental health support and distributing relief items after two earthquakes hit the country in 2016.
MSF IEC team meeting in Zona 1 health center.
The Americas


MSF started working in Guatemala in 1984 and closed its projects in 2012.